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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRiDGc _ Close games the rule as Pee Wee event opens Four clubs hit the sidelines 1 Tuesday in the annual Pec Wee hoi- key tournament being run rff by the Ixrthbndge Minor I Hockey Association. The Viking two goals from Frank Zappone as they j I eliminated the Braves P .11 Boycc. Ken Huisman, i Ken Komaniuk. end Wade Fnn.s added singles for the van- I tiers John Verron Al- I bush and Melnor Gordon re- plied for the Braves. I Gordon 'Fait did al! the dam- aae K5 ih'j Blues ousted the Timers 4-3. Tail all four goals for L 1 tho '--.-irro Bruce Besplug. Karl ar.d Brad Mead i i scored for the Timers. i The Sabres stayed alive as they edged past the Bisons 3-1. t Kevin Wesko. Warren Calder I ar.d Scott Williams notched solo markers for the Sabres, j Robert Thomnsyn notched a sec end period poal for the Bisons. I It took the Falcons overtime CROZIER ,N HOSPITAL and Mark Cameron scored sin- p for (he winners while Warren Calder managed a solo effort in the second period for the Sabres. Kevin Hamilton and Darin Cliaki notched a pair of goals and ]cd the Falcons to a S-3 ver- dict over the Bisons. Bill Orr chipf >cd in a single while Don Marshall. Greg Braun and Reg Hagm re- plied for the Bisons. Rick Lietch tallied Iwice and Glen Yacyshyn once in '.he sec- ond period as they lifted the Bears to a 3-1 over the Whips. Randy Rook replied for Whips, who led 1-0 after the first period. A performance by John Csuika pave the Totems a win over the Beavers. I.arrv Balazs, Murray Haugh- Inn and Darnel Strclieu added solo markers while David Lowe end Terry Kaals tallied in a losing cause. Tv.-o goals by Grant Welns ami one oy David Karfoashuski in the final period propelled tho to a 3-1 decision over the Fivers. Craig T-.va replied for Fivers. Allan Duval picked up a hat- trick snd paced the Penguins to a 4-2 victory over the Flames. Jim Huchala aided with 8 sin- ale marker while Peter Me- Nallv and Bradley Magyar notched a goal each for Ihe i Flames. Short sport FOLK ARE SELECTED l BUFFALO, N.Y. CAP) SANTA ANA, Calil (AP) Goalie Roger Crozier of Buffalo j Four players unanimous Sabres- in Toronto General choices for the -East i Mark Cameron tarred in a 1 Crozler, who had planned to City. Tom Webster of GET HIM OUT OF KSRE his first in rr-> f: game v.c-, a b'j cr-? itopped 34 shots. His er'crr; 2-4 decision Jo the visiting Ccigary Canucks in rhe AtberSc Junior Hockey League. Here, Mr ken tec m mots Tirn O'Donne II to clear CcSgory (Rick Ervin photo) elrj mbor 2 Toc-sday. His firs) retmincler as ha player from in frcr.t of ihe C3 Kinas drooced an there Saturday night Hockey takes back Kent of late at Henderson son fee Cer.tre. 2-0. Meanwhile in first round ac- tion Tuesday, most of the games vrere herd-fought battles right down to the wire. Tn the totirr.ey opener, Danny Laronde scored in overtime to give the Tigers a slim 2-1 v.in over the Vikings. Bruce Eesplu? had tied the game for the Tigers with a third j period marker which nullified i Bill Boyce's solo effort for the ikings in the second period. Danny Twichen registered tr.e i only shutuut in first round plsy Yor.-: Raiders. Twenty-one selected. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES By PAT SUM.IVAN Herald Sports i Ffi HOCKEY SCOPES son Ice Syd Kali, coach cot to coaching 'i'.ties" o: the Aloe.-; Junior "Kcckey s ar.d nts-'e no aVv ahead 5-1 in the second pc- bench. He aiven a panr.e dr: 'Tt could have heen hish- a5 he guided the Blues to a 5-0i JUIIIOR ary.tt .-Jod. Or.drus eahed a wo-rnin- miscor.duci. sticiins or victory over the Braves. L. T. ar.d it minor ftnaliv on FJngs' vru'.e the sie falling at The a fivc-rnin- Hockey Terr.'. Gordon Tait. I cviarV" 53" 10 o d-.'ndy tv say the least. Brace Small an that particular time of the tite major to Smrth for. Kra-rt and _ J i" a-.--i 'i ctirr-.s- st tr.e mar-: of t.-.rcattQn Smith of g a e. Small also picked up s r.l'xxl. .Michael Sjj.sar the of- ]2 is i ;i r? "he Xf.ord r.-sr-'i in the 're Car.uc Tr.e call infuriated 10-minute snd Tim' '-Vcy" t.-in only call a rnsjor punch with a goal u ;'.i z to no end. O'Denr.ell received a rr-.is- for NATIONAL LEAGUE jn 'hrev; cor.duCt. to inure- a fi d e-ej fhnto'5 csrr.f; up v.-jth th-: Sugar KJnss' extra sticks on Or.drus, who had everyone in ''Thero V.BS n'. at- unanisterefl cosb in ;hc L ice wiiile verbally chastis- the rink with hirr.. liter tempt on Smith's pi.-t." third peric'l 'o esrn a 3-1 corne- i: 's Or.dpjs. His display of explamed the minor p'rr.ilty to O.vl.-tss also c-ser tr.e Sshrl--; 's-r.ir.er prompteel the referc-c to Small. a cut awe her.ch' minor. But Hall, the left eve from Smith. Small the Y..T.I-- ar. ;vs.-r.'t iinsshed. did not drop his gloves hjt sim- the V.r.'jn Or.drros. v.-as at the ply protected him.-clf sc-uff.e 'trr.evroer.-er-s herich announce 'The tv o of thorn bo'Jle on him. _It r.or for roufhir.s he- pice-! Vi. t at- garr.e from hehind the ar.d smacked Or- off tv of ;ce. ''Msrk iyimerJds" .MacPhee ar.d Co Renner, Jirent Oave Litchfield and Pe'o Mc. '.'tihon replied for 'hr- a-ide '.'A .shots in the S !i g a r net v.hile lion Danny Lawson ighting lamps SYD HM.L EJECTED Tr.e Diascr m the Hedg-: 'I Brier Patch r accepts 32 More sport on 12 jj ;